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#54683 LokPilot Micro V4.0 MM/DCC/SX 8-Pin NEM652 with cable
The LokPilot micro V4.0 is a genuine power house. It drives the loco motor with a continuous load capability of 0.75A and has significantly shrunk compared to its forerunner: the smallest member of the LokPilot V4.0 family has now a size of only 10.5mm x 8.1mm x 2.8mm and should thus fit in the smallest N-/TT-gauge locos.
The LokPilot micro V4.0 commands Motorola® and Selectrix® as well as DCC through 14, 28 and 128 speed steps or can be used on analogue DC layouts. You can either use 2- or 3-digit (1 – 127) as well as 4-digit (1–9999) addresses or assign a consist address.
The Motorola® protocol enables the decoder to run with Märklin® stations 6020®, 6021®, Delta®, mobile station® and Central Station®. The decoders can command addresses 01 – 255. A second address allows to switch F5 to F8, if desired.
Since the LokPilot V4.0 decoders also speaks Selectrix® it can be operated with this proven system as well.
It supports Lenz® LG 100 resp. Roco® braking sections as well as Zimo®’s HLU-commands, or the braking in DC braking sections with reversed polarity, or the Märklin® braking section (even for DCC). But also the new Lenz® ABC brake modules with an asymmetrical DCC signal is supported.
Of course, our top-class decoder is able to calculate a constant braking distance to stop your locos correctly in front of the red signal regardless of the speed. LokPilot V4.0 decoders can also be used for analogue DC or AC layouts.
The LokPilot micro V4.0 converts during operation fully automatically between all control modes (Motorola®, DCC, DC, AC and Selectrix®). That is important if some parts of your layout are operated in analogue mode (e.g. fiddle yards).
From a LokPilot decoder, you rightly expect an excellent motor management. With the LokPilot micro V4.0, ESU introduces the once more improved fifth generation of load control.
The standard frequency is adjusted adaptively to the speed with a basic frequency of 40 kHz. The result is an even better slow driving performance. Your locos will crawl super slowly – thanks to the 10 Bit A/D convertor.
With Dynamic Drive Control (DDC) you can limit the influence of back EMF and glide smoothly around the depot area and over turnouts; while on the main, when going uphill, the engine slows down prototypically.